Speaking to Newsbook.com.mt, the man told this newsroom that he owns a tool shop where they sell dust masks. Asked why he felt that he had to come to Valletta entrance, the man explained that upon hearing on the news that there no masks on the market, he seized the opportunity to sell the dust masks he had in stock.
Malta has been chosen to address a joint statement issued by The Group of Friends on Child and Armed Conflict. This was announced in a press release issued by the Ministry for Children’s Rights. The conference is being held in Geneva.
Finance Minister Edward Scicluna this afternoon washed his hands off any responsibility for the concession to run three public hospitals granted by Vitals – even as he defended the concession as it stood.